The Kingdom’s biggest Digital Transformation event, Digital Saudi 2030 will be taking place on the 15th and 16th of April 2019, at the Al – Ezz Ballroom, The Ritz – Carlton Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
SAP has partnered with the organizers of Digital Saudi 2030 for the third time in a row as the power sponsor.
Saudi Vision 2030 is the Kingdom’s nationwide transformation agenda, it has a huge impact on every organization and industry vertical in the Western Region, in terms of competitiveness and agility in the Digital Economy.
Commenting on the partnership, Mohammed Alkhotani, the Managing Director of SAP Saudi Arabia says, “This event is an ideal platform for SAP, as a global technology company, to emphasize the importance of digital transformation for organizations of every size and industry vertical across the Western Region and the wider Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Digital transformation is no longer a question of if, it’s a question of when. Saudi organizations that digitally transform the fastest and the best on the cloud, will gain new levels of profits, competitiveness, and customer experiences”.
With Customer Experience transformation being the need of the hour for most private and public sector organizations in the Kingdom, SAP has recently launched SAP C/4HANA suite of applications to serve and to retain customers. Organizations that adopt SAP C/4HANA can tie together a wide range of solutions that support all front-office functions across the SAP S/4HANA real-time business suite and SAP HANA in-memory platform, including consumer data protection, marketing, commerce, sales and customer service.
Mohammed further adds, “With four-fifths of the region’s leading organizations investing in Big Data in 2019, Saudi Arabia is leading the adoption of Big Data on the Cloud to deliver strong ROI and transform customer experiences. In line with Saudi Vision 2030, Big Data analytics is transforming industry verticals and Smart Cities. The biggest business comes from integrating Big Data on the Cloud with IoT, AI, machine learning and blockchain”.
He finally concludes, affirming that “Saudi Arabia has all of the right ingredients to remain a global digital leader: boardrooms that lead to innovation, early adoption of breakthrough technologies and digitally-savvy youth. SAP continues to co-innovate with public-private-academic partnerships to drive new levels of digital innovation, with Big Data analytics at the heart of the Kingdom’s digital transformation.”
SAP is the trusted partner of Saudi Arabia’s leading organizations like Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA), Awqaf Suleiman Al Rajhi, EA Juffali and Brothers, Global Beverage Company, to name a few. At the Digital Saudi 2030, SAP will be showcasing the latest digital transformation solutions in partnership with the channel ecosystem, exchanging Global Best Practices in Intelligent Enterprises and Smart Cities, and showcasing with their channel partners the latest technology innovations across Cloud, AI and Machine Learning, Block Chain and the Internet of Things.
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